By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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Up to 20 percent of America's youth are mentally ill, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds in a new report that looked at the health of adolescents.
Two weeks ago, I sat less than 10 feet away from Kermit Gosnell in the Philadelphia courtroom where his fate was ultimately decided.
In 2003, American soldiers stepped into a bunker in Iraq that was filled with drums, each of which was labeled with a chemical warning in Arabic, along with the international chemical-warning symbol. In May 2004, American soldiers in Iraq, as publicly reported by multiple news agencies, including NBC, were attacked using an improvised explosive device that contained the nerve agent sarin. Artillery shells containing a mustard agent were also found in Iraq in 2004. These are easily discoverable facts, not fantasy.
Your May 2 editorial arguing against Food and Drug Administration regulation of cigars ignores or glosses over a number of important facts about cigar use in the United States ("Snuff out that cigar").
There has been a disturbing increase in America's suicide rate and our job-scarce economy may be one of the reasons why.
Friedrich Nietzsche famously announced the death of God more than a century ago. Scholars and sociologists alike have been trying to prove him right — or wrong — ever since. Regardless of religious affiliation, just about everyone agrees that God has been on the wane in the West for quite some time.
The suicide rate among middle-aged Americans climbed a startling 28 percent in a decade, a period that included the recession and the mortgage crisis, the government reported Thursday.
Parents are reporting more skin and food allergies in their children, a big government survey found.
Alarms are being sounded on Capitol Hill about the emerging problem of an untreatable gonorrhea "superbug," and tens of millions of dollars are being sought to prepare for an expected outbreak in the U.S.
A Bush-era rule that forbids some federal AIDS money to go to groups unless they "explicitly" oppose prostitution and sex trafficking is heading to the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday.
The board charged with implementing federal health care reforms in the District has voted to prohibit insurance companies from charging higher premiums to cigarette smokers, adding the city to a handful of states rejecting such surcharges because of the effect they have on poor families who are more likely to smoke.
Congress is on a break this week, so here's some more of the whoppers that came out of lawmakers' mouths last week.
Health officials on Thursday urged an Oklahoma oral surgeon's patients to undergo hepatitis and HIV testing, saying filthy conditions behind his office's spiffy facade posed a threat to his 7,000 clients and made him a "menace to the public health."
The attorney general in Michigan is seeking criminal charges against a now-bankrupt Massachusetts medical company that has been linked to hundreds of meningitis cases around the nation.
The flu season is winding down, and it has killed 105 children so far _ about the average toll.